The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority officially kicked off “Bike Week LA” Monday.
CicLAvia in the Valley was a rousing success, event organizers said Monday.
While the lights were flashing red, the wheels kept turning as the Valley welcomed CicLAvia on Sunday.
For the first time ever on Sunday, CicLAvia offered thousands of pedestrians and bicyclists the opportunity to explore the San Fernando Valley.
The CicLAvia event that closes roads off from drivers for bicyclists and pedestrians for a day is coming to the San Fernando Valley on Sunday.
Bicyclists and pedestrians will have a portion of the San Fernando Valley to themselves this Sunday during the city’s upcoming CicLAvia event.
Tens of thousands of bicyclists and pedestrians participating in the city’s eleventh CicLAvia event have a portion of South Los Angeles to themselves Sunday.
Authorities say a 6-year-old boy was slightly injured after being knocked down from his bike during Sunday’s CicLAvia event.
Bicyclists and walkers will have exclusive access to 10 miles of streets from Echo Park to East Los Angeles during Sunday’s CicLAvia-Heart of L.A. street festival.
Angelenos will enjoy another car-free day Sunday during the city’s annual CicLAvia festival.
Tens of thousands of bicyclists and pedestrians have a portion of downtown Los Angeles to themselves during the city’s eighth CicLAvia event.
The eighth annual “CicLAvia” event returns Sunday, Oct. 6, offering 7.5 miles of car-free roads to those who want a more leisurely tour of L.A.
Thousands of Angelenos ditched their cars and headed to Wilshire Boulevard on bike for the city’s seventh CicLAvia event.
Bicyclists and pedestrians will have a portion of Wilshire Boulevard to themselves this Sunday during the city’s seventh CicLAvia event.
A cultural heritage celebration at Grand Park doubled as Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s farewell bash, which prompted criticism over the cost of the event.